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tended the St:ate {aair at Hutch- com,panied her sister, IMr. and Mrs. Steve .Tyler, Dean, Chris- ; anti Mr. and Mrs. Floyd John- inson on ,Tuesday. ~ Mrs. C. *R. ,Messersmith of Sw tie, Michael, Terry and Steph- .,on at Albuquerque, ,N. M. Miss Ruth Logan, an era- perior, ,Nc~r., to ttas!tings, Neh anie. Later they Call ,attended They also attended the St',ate ployec at the Sunset Nursing on Thursday, where they ~ent the ,football game bet~ween Sa- Waunlta Welr Fai.r in ~Naw Mexico. Home in Coneordia, is sipendin.g the day shopping, lina and Ottawa. ~)ean Tyler is .~ae Park, Mr. and ,Guests Sunday c:[ Mrs. Bessie a ~wo ,week vacation ~at her P~v. and Mrs. Grocer of Be- a ,member af the Salina team Lo~an o:f F, ormoso Johnson ,were her cousins, Mr home in iFormoso and with rel- Johnson of St. and Mrs. Ehrl Stark of'Kearney, olives. ~. were Monday eve- Nebr. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Fay 'Mr. and 4Mrs. ]toward Snell r guests of Mr. and Cl~ark of ~Billinrgs, Mont.: her and their son, Mr. :and Mrs. I Johnson and son at ,brother, Mr. and M.rs. ATfred Charles Snell ot J,uniata, Nebr., in ob.~ervance of the Clark of Norton: her son, Mr. Mr. Ray Johnson and ~Mrs. Mrs. Park. and Mrs. Milford Johnson of White cq !Payette, Ida. were Sat- Id M's R:flt~h O. ,h,hn- Courtland: and her daughter, urday evening ,callers at the home on Tuesd:i.y Mr. and Mrs. ,B'i:ll ,Kitts and home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob' a Vial" at the homes of JoAnn. Kecler. ~Wi~th the exe~ption at ~ol.~;, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cl.ark and Mrs. ,Wh,ite, all were ,former ~on ~t. Clovis. N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Joe|'~ el- Formoso residents. Mrs. X.~a Krei'ger and a friend tg ~West Milton, Ohio Group Polyester were Sunday overnight guesls Knit $~993 of 'Mr. and Mrs. tHarry H,i~'be(. Mrs. Kreiger .is a cousin of yd. Mrs. :Higbee. On ~Monday morn- machine washable 60" wide reg. to 6.98 Group reg. to 1.98 Now $129- 20% off One Group Ladies' $ in,g ~hey ,called .on Mrs. H,azel Higbee and Mrs. Zoa Johnson. M~s. Ethel Clark returned h,o'me on Saturday even,ing ,from an extended .visit with relatives in Illin.ois and Missouri. Mrs. Don Howland and Mrs. H,txgo Soder drove to Smi.th Cen- ter on Sunday ,alfternoon and visited 'Mr. Sode,r who is a resi- dent ,of the Cappenter Manor Nursing ,Home. ,Mrs. Lee Davidson and '.Mrs. ?~auneta Weir ,were :Sunday dro- ner gues,ts of !~lrs. Cleo ~Bland- ir~g at the ~Dinner Bell restaur- ant in Belleville: then they spent an enjoyable" a~fternoon on a sightseeing tour to ~oints east, and ,then north to Fair. bury, 'Nobr. G, uests df Mr. and Mrs. 'Dean Cfine over the weekend were their daughter, Leil,an,i of Wich- ita, and her parea.ts, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. ~Iill o{ Gypsum, Kans. Mrs. :IAa.ura ~.piege.1 ~nd Mr. and Mrs. ,l:ti,cha.rd Spiegel at- tended Ohe ~funera.1 o'f Mr. ,D. Verne Glens, 6rother-in-law of Mrs. Spiegel, on Thursdiay at the ,U~ited ',Methodist Church in ~lellevil.le. Mr. Glens was a lor~g:tJ,me empiloyee df the ~Bel,le- vilie Telescope :and retired sev- ra'l years ago. AI ,one .time the Glens ,lived in Formos'o ,where thei,r son, .then a sm'all boy, at- tended the Formoso s~chool. Their daughter, Shirley, now Mrs. ,Howard ,Hughes, taught schvol at tkat .~.i'me .at Blue ~Bird. Mr. and Mrs. E~arl To,bias were Sunday a.iternoon visitors 'M,i~s Molly Jones ne:ar Moni- rose. Mr..and 'M, rs. Cecil C!,ark ac- Group Sox -g ,.,, 89c Now 's Cords reg. to 8.00 $3 Now Jackets --'noo S500 Hose One Size Colors: Cinnamon - French Coffee - Beigetone - Taupe DREIUNG'S STORE 97c loit, Mr. and Mrs. ;Edgar Lind- Anyone ~vis'hing to ,contribu:te blad of Courtland, and ,Mrs. to t,he A.rthritis Fund Drive may Verrfie IEmi'gh twere Sunday din- do so by con,taeting Cleo ~Bl'and- her ,guests 0f Mr. and Mrs. ing, iEthel ,Hyde, or Vera Demp- 0ran ~Iyde d Courtland. sey. IMrs. ,Irene Park and ~iss ,Sunday dinner g, uests o$ My. Ruth Lag.an were su.pper guests and Mrs. IEugene Clark and Sunday even.log of Mr. and 3ohn were his grandmothers, Mrs. G4a.dys Cl'ark, ~and Mrs. Mrs. Lloyd @ohns.on and son of Ella Patterson of Courtland, M.ankato. Mrs. Larry Thoman of Con- and :his parents, Mr. and Mrs. cordia sper~t ,from Tuesday Taylor CAark. through Thur.sday visiting at M,r. and ~Mrs. D~oyd Strnad the home of her grandmother, attended ~'e State ~air at ~ut- Mrs. ~azel ~igbee. On Thurs- chinson on Thursday. day s:he was a dinner guest o[ Mr. and Mrs. Louis IEngle her grandparents, ,Mr. and !Mrs. were ,Sunday dinner guests of Floyd Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Gary St,a~fford MiRon Kingsley df Houston, and daughters at the Dinner Tex. spent a 'few days last .week Bell in ~Be],leville. ,visiting his i~ather, ~Mr. Axthur John 'Kindscher, age 43, of Eingsley. IMr. K.ingsley returned Belzit passed a,w~ay on Sunday home with his son and mill soon morning at the ,Beloi,t Com,mun- be accompanying Mi,lton and ity Hospital. He had ,been in il'l his ,wife to IBethseda, Md. ,for 'a health ~or ,a nu'mber of years. vis,it at the home af Mr. and His w,i'fe, IDoris, is the daughter Mrs. ,Keith ~Kingsley and faro. df Mr. and ~Mrs. Orv.ille dames .fly. of (Formoso..He is ,also survived Mrs. Gloria Greene and a by 'four children. :He was eo- fNend from ,Kangas City spen't owner of ,Beloit 'Motor. ~emor- the weekend v~siti.n,g her par- ial seTv,ices were held Tuesday cots, ,Mr. ~and Mrs. Kenne:th, morning, Sep't. 29, at .the Luth- Hu:ber. Sr., her grandparents, eran Churoh ,in ,Beloit. Several Mrs..Razel ,Higbee, WIr. and friends of the ,family from For- Mrs. ~Roy Weir. and ocher rela- moso were ~n attendance. ti~es. IMr. 'and .Mrs. (tIarold Moh,ler M,rs. Marvin ,Nelson was ad- attended a retired railrVad em- mitted on Sunday evening to pl~yees p:icn~c .dinner dinner on Asbury .Hospital in Sta.l,ina for Sunday ~at the Mankato park. This includes retired employees tests and ~bservation. Mr. and. :Mrs. Dloyd Str.nad from 'Smith Center, Karts. to and ,Troy were dinner guests ~Belleville. Kans. Sunday df Mr. and Mrs. Alroy Mrs. Stanley Veach and Gab,man and family a.t Court- daughter of Oakley, Kans. and land, Den.ise ~and Scot~c G,arm'an her ~not'her, 'Mrs. (Ed,ward ~Isa'ac- were Strl~.per guests on (Friday af son of Form,oso, ~x~ere ,Tuesday the Strnads. visitors of ,Mrs. ~M'aude How- The inspiring messages of land. Mr. ~RiChard Baarendse, guest IM,rs. ,Emma Joerg enter'rained speaker and missionary to Aus- the ,U & 2 Cl.ub at her home on trio. held at the Formoso Corn- Monday afternoon ,with seven munity C%urch from Sunday mezrlbers :presen.t. ]nvited through 'Friday, ,was well at- guests were }Mrs. Anne Morris tended. On Thursday and (Fri- andlMrs. ,Esther ~Bernek~ng. ~al- day even,in'gs, a film and slides lowing an ,afternoon of ~'ards, were shown of rthe beauti(ul the hostess served rOfreshments. country af Austria and the way Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hu'ber 6f tile Of i~ts :pe~:le. Mr. and Of Con, eordia were Saturd'ay af- Mrs. ,Baarendse and children ternoon 'visitors at the home of 1eft here Sa.turday ,for Greeley. his sister, Mrs. Clara Clark. ~iss Sarah ,Daird ~as an aqter- Colo. where they will hold meetings. ,Mr. and Mrs. ;Eugene Clark and John dvo~e to Sal'ina on Fri- day evening and were supper guests of his sister. Col. and With a Deposit of $200 or re. Your choice of a set of B|ND insulated mugs tumblers. STARTING OCTOBER Ist, 1970 THE VALUE OF THIS PREMIUM A LIMIT OF ONE FREE SET PER FAMILY IS ADDITIONAL SETS OF EITHER MUGS OR TUMBLERS OR A PITCHER MAY ~SED. T INTEREST PAID ALLOWED BY LAW. ~T PAID ON PASSBOOK-DAY-IN TO DAY OUT. 5~ INTERESTg0 DAY PASSBOOK. $100 MINIMUM. noon ca%].er. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cun- nir~gh~a'm of ~utchJnson were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~rnest ~yde. ~qer- non and ~Ernest ,were classmates in the Formoso ,H'igh Sc~o~l and graduates in ,1920. ,The Cun- singbams 'als,o visited at the home of his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Otis C~nn,ingham ~n .~eb- bet. A group o$ relatives ~r.rived at the home t~ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyde on the weekend af 'Sept. ,19. They were Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of Greeley, Colo. ~Mrs. Sylvia Louderman, Dayton, ,Colo., ,Mrs. Keith Stow, Golden, Colo., ,Mrs. tLulu ~B'acon, I~astin,g.s, Nebr., 'and their son, Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~aul E. Hyde and daughters of ~oodward, Okla. On Sunday they all drove to Concordia ~here they met Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Landreth and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rob- erts of Con~cordi'a and .,NI~r. and ~rs. Ira Jones of Jamestown. .Mrs. ~.t~a Young entertained the Ha~vthorne ,C!ub a:t her home Thursday aRernoon with a .good attendance. The guess box was ~furrRshed by the hos- tess and won by 'Mrs. Joy Duns- tan. The afternoon was spent socially. ~freshmen~ts were served ,by the hostess. The Formoso Ltbrary Club met Frid'a~' at the ,'Degi~n Hall for a covered dish luncheon at 12:30. Roll call was answered by each giving her maiden name. The club h,as purchased severa,l new books to be placed in the Foamoso CommunRy Di- braD'. Mrs. 'Maude ,How~and was a d~nner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Bruce .I-I~and. Mrs. Vernie Emigh entertain- ed a group el friends at her home Thursday a.fternoon with a Stanley party. Mrs. ~irley Dabl ~#,a,s the demonst~a;tor. Re- Valley View Mrs. C. Summer~ Mary Intermill o'f Manhattan ~pcut tl,e weekend with h.r ,p-zr- cots..Ms', and Mrs..Myron ln- termill, and Mark. The Va'tley View Club met l:'riday afternoon ,with Mrs. Per- ry Olena in Superior. There ,wa~ elgction of o'.~ficers as fol- lows: president, Mrs. Gene Put'- cell: vice-president. Mrs. Frank l,an?a,r: secretary - treasurer. ?,lr,, Keith McKetlwn. Next meet.rag is Oct. ~t~t with .Mrs. Paul Rat}~bun. Mrs. Dwight Marr visited ol| Tucsday with Mrs. Ella Sum- IIICI'S. Mrs Dean Hansen t;f Fre- mont was a rWedn~sday visitor ~f Mrs. Marvin Webber. Callers Sunday afternoon at Myron lntel:mF, Is' were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell ~lntermiq of Jew- ell Mr. and Mrs. Tom MeKcown bought a new trailer home and phtced it near the Keith Me- Kecwn home and they moved ther.e Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross and W:'yne ,were Sunday dinner ,gaes~s at the Arnold ~oss home. Mr. ~l~d Mrs. Marvin ,Wcb'ber were Friday evening supper guests of .Don Wabbers in Man- kato. ,Mr. and Mrs. David Demaray were, Thursday afternoon callers at the Keith McKecwn home. 'The Irvin McKec,wn 01d home has ,been s01d and purchased by Paul Ratt~bun. Mrs. ,Ella Summers ,visited Thursday ,with Mrs. Jim Heal- ey. In the aftern0'an they at- tended a party given by Mrs. Frank Ebright :in Hardy in hon- or of Mrs. Gayle Gunn and Mrs. Su, mmer,s for their birth- days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lan~ger and son 0[ tAncc,ln and Mrs: Glen l,an,ger called Saturday at the T,'~m Mc,Xecwn h~me. Mrs. Dean ~Iansen 0'f Fre- rn.ont and Mrs. Eleanor Crispin were Saturday wisiLors o'f Mrs. Marvin ~Weh!ber. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispifi were Tuesday evening ~upper guests ef Floyd Sissons. Mrs. Don Hurd, Roxann and Mark and Mrs. Don Bargen were Sunday a~ftern~oon callers 0~f Tom MOKevwns. .Mrs. ~Paul R, athbun and 'I~am attended the Hutchinson State Fa!r Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Wayne Tipt~n and Deb- ra were Sunday dinner guests ~f Mr. and Mrs. Guy Under- kofler in Beloit. Mrs. Dix Hansen and Shannov and Ylrs. Tom Mason were aq- ternc~n callers Thursday at the Paul Rathbun home. Mr. and ~Mrs. Dale Crispir w.ere Saturday evening suppe~ g, uests of Mrs. John Fergumn in ,Mankato. 5 %~ INTEREST $1,000 OR MORE. 90-DAY CERTIFICATES. 5 3/4 INTEREST $5,000 OR MORE. 1 YEAR CERTIFICATES 6~0 INTEREST $10,000 OR MORE. 24 YEAR CERTIFICATE'. THE MOST FOR YOUR SAVINGS DOLLAR IS YOUR BUSINESS. HELPING YOU DO IT IS OURS. WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOU. NORTH KANSAS SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 120 EAST MAIN BELOIT, KANSAS 67420 Mr..a~d Mrs. Percy Jeps,0n spent the weekend at ,the home o~ the,~r daushter, ,Mr. and Mrs. Delmer ~0mJu,e and daughters at Kea,rney, Nebr. October Is 44{ Enroll~nent Month. The Formoso WlF.]n,g Workers are most eager to ex. tend an iavitati,0n to l~oys and girls o7 the communlty between the 'ages of 8 and tO, who ~ould be interested but haven't been personally contacted through :an c'versight. Please c0n,tact Nan'cy F.piegel or ~etty 'H~.w~and by Oct..t. ~We encourage pa,rents to take an active part -- 44-I is .a Sami,ly affair! Liberty Club ,L~be.rty Club met Sept 24 .with ,Anne Oat with 12 members answering roll call. Josephine Siemen, a ~former member, met with us. Election of o'~ficers was held with the following officers elected: Florence Alexander. president; J.~an Dean, vice- president; .Frances ,Walker, sec- retary: and Clara'belle Hajny, treasurer. Clarabelle and Jen- nie had several interesting con- tests. Anne served a pleasing lunch and we adjourned to meet Oct. 22 with .'Esther Ort~ ,mall. --~eporter. amendment shall vote for the amendment, the same shall he- come a part of the constitution. %Vben more than one amendment shall be suhmitted at the same election, such amendments shall he so submitted as to enable the electors to vote on each amend- ment separately, One amend- ment of the constitution may revise any entire article, except the article on general provisions. and in revising any article, the article may he renumhered and all or parts of other articles may be amended, or amended and transferred to the article being revised. Not more than five amendments shall he suhmitted at the same election. "See, 2. Coustitutional con- centions; approval by electors. The legislatnre, by the a{}t~a- tire vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, may submit the question 'Shall there he a convention to amend or revise the constitution nf the state of Kansas?' or the question 'Shall there he a convention lim- ited to revision of article(s) ___ of the constitution of the state of Kansas?'. to the electors at the next election for representatives, and the concurrent resolution providing for such question shall specify in such blank appropriate words and figures to identify the article or articles to be consid- ered by the convention. If a majority of all electors voting on the question shall vote in the affirmative, delegates to such con- vention shall he elected at the next election l,.~r representatives thereafter, onless the legislature shall have provided by law for the election of such delegates at a special etectinn. The electors of each representative district a~ organized at the time of such election of delegates shall elect as many delegates to the con- vention as there are representa- tives from snch district. Such delegates shall have the same qualifications as provided by the cnnstitution for members of the legislature and members of the legislature and candidates for membership in the legislature shall be eligible for election as delegates to the convention. The delegates so elected shall convene at the state capital on the {}rst Tuesday in May next following such election or at an earlier date if provided by law. "The convention shall have power to choose its own officers, appoint and remove its employees and {}x their compensation, de- termine its ntles, judge the qual- ifications of its members, and carry on the business of the con- vention in an orderly manner. Each delegate shall receive such compensation as provided hy law. A vacancy in the office oi any delegate shall he {}lied as provided by law. "The convention shall have power to amend or revise all ot that part of the constihttion in- dicated by the question voted opon to call the convention, sub iect to rati{}cation by the electors No proposed constitution, or amendment or revision of an ex- isting constitntim~, shall be sub- ,nltted by the convention tn the" electors ,mless it has been avail- able to the delegates in final fom~ at least three days on which the convention is in session, nrior to final passage, and receives the assent of a majority of all the delegates. The yeas and nays unon final passage of any pro. posal, and upon any question upon request of one-tenth of the delegates present, shall be en- tered in the journal of the con- vention. "Proposals of the convention shall he submitted to the electors at the Srst general or special statewide election occurring not less than two months after final action thereon by the conven- tion. and shall take effect in accordance with the provisions thereof in such form and with such notice as is directed by the convention upon receiving th,. approval of a maiority of the qualified electors votin~ thereon." I hereby certify that the forego- ing is a true copy of the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the State of Kansas contained in House Concurrent Resolution No. 1033 adopted by the 1970 session of the legislature, the original of which is now on file and a matter of record in my office. ELWILL M. ~HANAHAN, Secretartl of State. ( s=,a. ) - I/quors." I hereby certify that the fore- Wa,unda Donahue received going is a true copy of the proposed v~ord that her brother, Lynr amendment to the Constitution of the State of Kansas contained In Fiero, ~va,s in the St~versid~ Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8 General ~H.ospital with a broken adopted by the lge9 sen/on of the legislature, the original of which Is reg. Lynn's address is Riverside now on Sic and a matter of record General Hospital, Tt00m 19. Riv- In my O~{~FXLL M, SHANAHA~, SetretQW of Stag. erside, C~lif, STATE OF KANSAS Notice of Submiss/on of Propmed Constitut/onal Amendment at November 8, 1970 General Election Question No. 2 Pursuant to Section 1 of Article fresIwnents #f co,.fee and dough- nuts were served by the h0s-ox~ of the Constitution of the State Kansas and in compliance with tess. Houee Concurrent Eesolution No. ~.. '~r, st.. ,D~ ,I~- ~ a4,,,.~nd 1033, adopted by the legislature on ~r*[~. ,t'q~tttt u.~w*ca ~ ,.-~uwu~u March ll, 1970, a proposition will spent several days last week at be submitted to the voters at the ._ _ . ..' ...... November 8, 1970, General Election me n0me 0 i.w,rs, ~sts ~owies. (or their approval or reJectJon to amend Article 14 of the Constitution On Saturday .the t~#o ladies follows: drove ,ba, ck to At~vo0d for a ~istt " Article 14 of the Comtitution of With ~=Ta*~,== lartd ~oth exnecttha State of Kansas is amended to to return to F0rm0so in a few "Artlole 14,- days. CONSTITUTIONAL STATE OF KANSAS Not/ce of Submission of Proposed Constitutional Amendment at November 3, 1970 General Election Question No. l Pursuant to Section I of Article 14 of the Constitution of the State of Kansas and in compliance with Senate Concurrent Resolution No. S. adopted by the legislature on March 14, 19S9 a proposition will be sob- m tted to the voters at the Novem- ber 3, 1970, General Election for their approval or rejection to amend Section 10 of Article 1,$ of the Con- stitut/on as follows: Set, inn 10 of Article 1,$ of the Constitution of the State of Kansas is amended to read as follows: "Sec. 10. The legislature may provide for the prohibition of intoxicating liquors in certain areas. Subject to the foregoing, the legislature may regulate, li- cense and tax the manufactore and sale of intoxicating liquors, and may regulate the possession and transportation of intoxicating t Sg4L ) Mr. and Mrs. Darus Henning- sen were 9unday evenlng s,u~ per ,~uests at the h~me ~f Mr, and Mrs. Reeve Hasrkins at Bu,rr Oak. AMENDMENT AND REVISION tdat~r~; app.tova[ aV elactore. Propmittom tot the amendment of this comtltutlon maF be made by concurrant resolution origi. natln$ tn either house of t~ae legislature, and if two-thirds of alI the member~ elected to each house shall approve such re|o. lution, the seine, with the yeu and nays thereon, shall be en- tered on the Journal of each house. The secretary of state shall came luch resolution to be published in .one newspaper in each county of the state where a newlpaper ~ published, once each week for nv.e ~$) consecutive weeks immad|ateiy pretedln~ the next election for represent~';--. In .... " or prec d g a spec/al election called by concm'rent resolut/on of the les[slature for tbe purpose of subm/tt/ng constltut/onal prop- tuitions. At such election, such proposition tn amend the con- stitutlon shall he |ubmitted el- ther by title generally de|cript/ve of the contents thereof, or by the amendment am a whole, to the electors for their approval or rejection. If such propositinn is anbmitted by title, snch title shall be speci{}ed in the concnr- rant relmhtt/on making the prop. tuition. If a ma|orfty ~f the electors votla~ on any such STATE OF KANSAS Notice of Submission of Proposed Constitutional Amendment at November 8, 1970 General Electim~ Questim~ No, ,'3 Pursuant to Section 1 of Article 14 of the Constitution of the State of Kansas and in compliance with House Concurrent Resolution No. ~,~, ~,~102{}'adpted by the legislature on 1 7o, a proposi,,on will tea to the voters at the November 3, 1970, General Election for their approval or rejection to amend Article 1 and reneal Article 8 of the Constitution as t'ollows: "Article 8 of the constitotion of the state of Kansas is hereby re- pealed and article 1 of the consti- tution of the state of Kansas is amended to read as follows: "Article I.--EXECUT/VE "Scction 1. Executive ot~icc, rs; #election; terms, The constitu- tional officers of the executive department shall he the governor. lientenant governor, secretary Of state and attorney general who shall have such qnaliflcations as are provided hy law. Such o/~lcers shall be chosen by tha elcctors of this state at the time of voting for members of the legislature in the year 1974 and every four )'ears thereafter, and such o~lccrs elected in 1974 and thereafter shall have terms of fnur years which shall hegln on the second Mnnday Of ]ano- ary next after their eh, ction and unt/l their soccessors are e ected and qualified. In the year 1974 aud thereafter, at rill elections of governor and |icutenunt governor the candidates for such o~flces shall he nominatcd aod eh,cted juintlv ill snch nlanner as JS pre- scribt~d hc law so that a siogle vote sllall bc casi b)r a candidate for gnver e)r and a caodidate for lieutenant ~ovel'llor n|nnhlg tn- getln, r. and if sn,'h candidate. ere itolnJnatt'd I))' petition or COll- veotlon cat'h )c(Itiml Slgllatnre and cach Ct)ll%?cn|ioll vote s roll he made for a candidate for g.v- ernnr and a can,lklate for lieno tcnan| governnr l~nlniog together, No pcrsull nay be e ected to more thai1 ttvo successive ternls .I governor aod I~elttt,nan[ gOV- - ,v. JrEWELL COUNTY RE, CORD Thursday, 0etcher 1, 1970 Page 3 - Section 2 "Sev. :3. Executice power of g(It'crHor, The sopretnc exccotive powc,~ ot this state shall be vested in a goverl{or, %vho shah be rvsponsible for the enlorce- mvnt t){ th,. I+,w~ of this state. "Sv~, 4. llcports to got- eraor, The Rovernor o)a~,' rcqltire infnrmatio,~ in writing fr,an the otficers ot the executive depart- )Oellt, upon all}' subiec't relati g t,~ their rcsl,evtive d t es The ol i~crs of the executive depart- m,',~t, ,rod tlf' alt public state insti- t,,ti,ms, shaU, at ]cast ten t{ty~, prv,'cding v;wh rcguhtr session of the h'uisl.~tm'c svvcrallv rcport to t ~t, go~crtmr, who shrill trans- mit such reports to th(' lcg/sla* tuft. "St'c, .~. Gout'rnor's rlntit,.~ for legLs'latu~c; tnu~,~ages; spvci.I ,s('ssionv; atl/otzrn.t('nt. The go,,'- t'{llor lna~. t)l'~ extrtmrdhlary oc- tas,,.l~. ,'all th'e h'gislatore into si)ccial se.~SiOll I)s" proc]a 11 tt Ot aud shall ca{l t{w" leg slatm'c into spc~.ial st'ssil~ll, iq)on petition signed by at least two-thh'ds of thc mvmbers clected to each ]lOllS('. *'kt ,.".fry scssJ)n o[ tilt! h'gishdl,rt, thc governor shall volnnlmli(ate io writing inforln~l- tioo in re,fort,nee to the v,mtli- tioo of the state, and rt'~onl- blend Stlt..h lll';lslt}.s ,Is {1(, dee I'~S t'xpt'ditqlt. II1 case of disa~rcc- ' mcllt bt.tvc,.lt the tWO botlSc$ in rcslwtt of the tin., of adjemrn- nlcnt, the' go'~t,rnor may adjoorn the ]cgislature to Sllcb time as he ch.cms proper not bev, d its next reglllar session. "St't. 6. ]lcorgat|i=ahon n~ state agetici,,~ o~ cxecutit't, bratlch, (,~ ]:,,r the ]),lrp)sl. n[ transfer- rmg, alm{ishing, cooso[idating or c'o,~rc],l~,ttlllt~ the whole or any t),lrt (}[ ktltx ht ' a~.t.nc)', or the um'|i,ms t'h,.leof, withm the ex- ecllti%t, ])rdi,L'h ()t state govcJ'n- recur, wh.n the governor consid- ers the ~alu. n%c~sary for '~]- cient administration, hc Inay i~tlt, OIlt' OI 1,tt)r(, cxccllti&t* rt~- iirM;mi/a|il)n )rdcrs, ('ach bear- in~ an idv,ltif~i~g nmnbt,r, and trao~mit the same to the h'gis- lature withio the first thirty tel- endar days of any regular Ses- sion. Agencies and f,,nvtioos of the h'gis]ativc anc[ jndicial branches, and constitutionally deh'~atcd fmwtions o| state o~- cers and state boards shall be exempt flOIII CXccutivt' renrga- nizat ioo nr(h,rs, "(b) The governor shall transmit each ex,cutive reorga- mzatlt,o order to both ]moses Ot the lcgi~lat rc on the same day and each snt.h order shal ,e ac- contpaniecl v a govern( r's hieS- ,age which " shah s ~ec/ty with respect to t, ach abolition Of a function mchuled in the order tbe statutory authority for the exerctsc of the fonction. Every executive reorganization order shall provide for the transter or other disposition o~ the records, ~roperty and pcrsounel affected y the order. Every executive reorganization order shall pro- vide for all necessary transom of unexpended balances of ap- propriations of agencies affected hy such order, and such changes m responsibility for am! handling of special tunds as ,nay be neces- sary to accomplish the purpose ot such order. Transferred balances :;~,,; P~:r P~iea t il;~un~ o smeas Y fobre w~d the appropriation was originally marie. "(c) Each execut/ve reorga- nlzatioo order transmitted to the h'gishltore as provided in this sectmn shall take effect and have the force of general law on the July 1 following its transmittal to the legislature, unless within sixty tah'ndar days and before the a